Beautiful Yosemite Pictures

Here are some of my Yosemite pictures that were taken in Yosemite National Park over the years as well as this past year. A few of the Yosemite photos are courtesy of Backpacking Fun. Here is your chance to see Yosemite through its different seasons. I am going to give you a peak at the views you can see from the valley floor that look up the granite walls to the views of Glacier Point looking down over Yosemite Valley.

I believe that beautiful pictures activate one of our senses and brings a smile to our face. There is no doubt that Yosemite National Park is a visually stunning place.

But to get the whole experience, you need to come and visit for yourself.

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Activate your other senses by walking on a hiking trail, touch the granite rocks, smell the grove of Mariposa trees and feel the mist of a waterfall on your face. Then, and only then, will you really get the magic that Yosemite has to offer.

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I always see Yosemite National Park busting at the seams with people visiting in the spring and summer months. But this US National Park is almost empty of visitors in the winter time.

But no matter the month or the season it is, I think Yosemite is beautiful and the views here always help me to put life back in perspective. Hopefully, this website will get the travel bug in you stirred up and you will want to come and visit Yosemite National Park for yourself! 

One more thing, there are a few pointers that I want to share with you before you come and take pictures for yourself of the Yosemite waterfalls. Water obviously moves. Therefore, it will blur your pictures, everytime.

If you want to take great Yosemite pictures for yourself, get to know your camera and its settings before you come. That way you can take home some of your own memories of your Yosemite vacation.

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